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Overview
The effects section of the TRITON consists of five-channel
Insert Effects, two-channel Master Effects, a single-channel
Master EQ (stereo, three-band EQ), and a Mixer section that
controls the effect routings. You can select any of 102 digital
Insert Effects or 89 digital Master Effects, as listed below:
Classification of 102 effects
000–015
Filters and dynamics effect, such as EQ and compression
016–031
Pitch modulation and phase modulation effects, such as cho-
rus and phaser
032–040
Other modulation and pitch-shifting effects, such as rotary
speaker and pitch shifter
041–051
Early reflection and delay effects
052–057
Reverb effects
058–089
Mono effects and mono chain effects, in which two mono
effects are internally connected in series
090–102
Double-size effects
Select the desired effects 000–089 from IFX 1, 2, 3, 4, and
5, and MFX 1 and 2. Effects 090–102 are double-size
effects and use twice the area, compared to other
effects. They are selected in IFX 2, 3, and 4.
1. Effects in each mode
In Program mode, you can process sounds using Insert
Effects. This is something like processing an oscillator (OSC)
output sound using a filter and an amplifier. Then, you can
apply a modulation and reverb effect or other Master Effect)
to the processed sound to add ambience and space. Finally,
before the sound is output from the OUTPUT (MAIN) L/
MONO, and R connectors, you can fine-tune the tonal qual-
ity using the stereo, three-band Master EQ. You can adjust
these settings for each Program individually.
Send
Oscillator
Filter
Amplifier
Insert Effect 1-5
In Combination mode, Sequencer mode, and Song Play
mode, you may process Program sounds for each timbre
and track using the Insert Effects, add ambience and space
to the entire sound using the Master Effects, and adjust the
overall tonal quality using the Master EQ.
You can make these settings for each Combination in Com-
bination mode, for each Song in Sequencer mode, and for
each mode in Song Play mode individually.
Send
Timbre 1 / Track 1
Insert Effect 1-5
Timbre 2 / Track 2
Timbre 8 / Track 16

8. Effect Guide

Return
Master Effect 1,2
OUTPUT
Master EQ
L/MONO, R
Return
Master Effect 1,2
OUTPUT
Master EQ
L/MONO, R
Sampling mode enables you to sample sound by applying
the Insert Effects to the incoming signals at AUDIO INPUTs
1 and 2. To do so, use the "Audio Input" (Sampling P0: 0–2a)
parameters. The settings here are effective only in Sampling
mode.
AUDIO INPUT 1, 2
Insert Effect 1-5
The external input from AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2 is also valid
in modes other than Sampling mode. In Program, Combina-
tion, Sequencer, and Song Play modes, the insertion effects,
master effects, and master EQ can be used. Settings for the
external input from AUDIO INPUT 1/2 are made in "Audio
Input (COMBI, PROG, SEQ, S.PLAY)" (Global P0: 0–3a).
In these modes, the TRITON can function as a 2-in 6-out
effect processor for the external input signal from AUDIO
INPUT 1 and 2, or you can use the external audio signal in
conjunction with the sounds of the internal tone generator.
(093: Vocoder can be used as a vocoder effect in which an
external mic input is used to control the sounds of the TRI-
TON.)
Send
Amplifier
Insert Effect 1-5
Oscillator
Filter
AUDIO INPUT 1, 2
When you apply effects to the external audio signal
from AUDIO INPUT 1 and 2, oscillation may be heard
depending on the effect type and the parameter set-
tings. If this occurs, adjust the input level, output level,
and effect parameters. In particular, please exercise cau-
tion when using high-gain effects.
2. Dynamic modulation (Dmod)
Dynamic modulation is a function that enables you to con-
trol and change in real-time certain parameters
TON that govern the intensity of the effects during
performance via the TRITON's controllers and incoming
MIDI messages.
You can also control the effect parameters using the BPM/
*2
MIDI Sync function
. Using this function enables you to
synchronize the LFO speed of modulation effects or the
delay time of delay effects with the tempo of the arpeggiator
or sequencer.
For more information, refer to "Dynamic Modulation Source
(Dmod)" p.214.
*1
These effect parameters are marked with
( p.155~).
*2
The effect parameters marked with
function ( p.160~).
3. Effect I/O
To achieve the best tonal quality, signals sent to the Master
Effects should be output at the maximum level without clip-
ping. Also, use the "Wet/Dry" parameter for the Insert
Effects and the "Output Level" or "Return 1, 2" parameter
for the Master Effects to adjust the effect output level.
Sample
Recording
Return
Master Effect 1,2
OUTPUT
Master EQ
L/MONO, R
*1
of the TRI-
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